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Hey guys I have a newly painted space wolf army, i based them in a cityfight theme, rubble and sand, painted chaos black, dry-brushed codex grey then fortress grey.
The only problem is...they look kinda plain so Im thinking about adding some flavor.
I chose to either add static grass or snow. But I can't decide.
I really like the snow, because i think it bolds well with the cityfight theme, plus they are space wolves!! yes there is a lot of snow where they come from!
On the other hand theres static grass, which I already have(dont have any snow basing..yet).
I have a whole bucket full of them left and I really want to get rid of it.
So what do you think? Should I suck it up and add static grass or go out and buy some snow basing?
Go with the snow. You seem to want to go that way so do it. If you have that much static grass putit in bags and sell it.
I am in a situtition.It is time to base my mins but not sure on what I want to do.
Why use science and education when ignorance and superstition will work just as well.
I think the snow is a great idea, and as you said will contrast well with the black/gray bases. Never seen anyone do urban with snow before, go for it.
And to make snow on bases, you can just use baking power, or baking soda. Saw someone who used that and it looked perfect for snow.
Snow. Green grass on a wrecked urban base would be weird :l
Plus white snow on a mosly gray and black base contrasts more and looks better ^_^
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Thx guys, i really Like the baking soda idea, but if I accidently dropped my minis in water, wouldn't it foam up?
And Yes, I like the snow idea better. Screw the static grass!!
Seriously though, does baking soda really work? I have a lot of those in my kitchen